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guest tonight editor of the "the weekly standard." please welcome back to the program bill kristol. sir! ( applause ) bill! bill! what are we-- what are we doing? what are we doing? afghanistan. >> it's been a good show so far. >> jon: fine program, isn't it? >> it is a good program. i'm totally with you against the supreme court decision. >> jon: super mario boners. >> i'm not with you on that part. laugh ( laughter ) i saw you playing the game. >> jon: i have kids. i love video games, but i still think there is a certain limit to what-- i mean, once you start disemboweling your mortal combat opponent, i would think a 10-year-old should have to not be able to buy that. >> i think even a 25-year-old maybe shouldn't be able to buy that. i mean, it really is grotesque. i get that it's free speech, to protect our rights to political speech, -- >> it would be fun to play. i will say that. but, no-- >> you'red any at it i hear from your guys back there. >> jon: settle down. i have to have something to do during the day speaking of mortal combat. the president said he's going to pull out 10,0
for you tonight. bill kristol, editor of "the weekly standard," will be joining us. he's a fox news contributor. yet, yet, i hope to talk to him about a less contentious issue than that, like afghanistan. all right. ( laughter ) what a show. we're going to start with something that i found on the tv box this morning that was maybe one of the greatest things i've ever seen in my life. >> mark halperin. what was the president's strategy? >> are we in the seven-second delay today? >> oh, lordy. >> i want to characterize how i thought the president behaved. >> we have it. we can use it, right, alex? >> yeah, sure, come on. >> go for it. >> i thought he was kind of a dick yesterday. ( laughter ) >> jon: mark halperin, senior political analyst, editor at large of "time" magazine just called the president a dick. and that wasn't like a spontaneous, like, can't contain myself, you lie! like this one, you guys have a delay because i'm going to call the president a dick. now, people can argue whether that's appropriate, whether halperin crossed some sort of line, whether or not journalism has
signaling a debt deal could be reached. time for the sunday group. bill kristol of "the weekly standard." charles lane from the "washington post." steve hayes from "the weekly standard." fox news political analyst juan williams. the politics of this compromise. bill? >> assuming it happens, i think republicans will have to say to their constituents and the country, you negotiate the debt ceiling agreement with the president and this is the best we could get and the responsible thing to do, but do not oversell it. it's not a great deal in my opinion. adequate deal perhaps, if defense isn't gutted too much it doesn't fundamentally deal with the debt problem we have or economic problems we have. republicans should probably, will have to take the deal that is being negotiated today but they should not make it seem as if it's a great victory. they need to say we need a different president in 2013. >> bret: congressman mccarthy, chuck, probably has his work cut out for him as the whip in the white house, whatever comes over from the senate. >> absolutely. just look what happened to the first
to help but there's a lot of truth that. >> jon: thanks so much for coming by. bill kristol, everybody. you could save a bundle with geico's multi-policy discount. geico, saving people money on more than just car insurance. ♪ geico, saving people money on more than just car insurance. >> jon: that's our show. here it is, your moment of zen. ♪ ♪ captioning sponsored by comedy central captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org >> stephen: tonight the fcc rules about whether i can talk about my pac on the air. spoilary all right, i'm talking about my pac on the air. then, can we trust pakistan to find out i'll close my eyes and fall into their arms. (laughter) >> stephen: and my guest timothy garton ash believes reporting the facts can change the course of history. then again, so can wikipedia. a french couple has adopted a 265 pound gor la. and in tomorrow's news, a french couple is malled by newly orphanned gor la. this is "the colbert report." captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: welcome to the report, eve
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. bill kristol says now republicans have a package on the floor tuesday when they have a vote in the house. the vote is symbolic and empty, it rattles around like empty -- >> chris: okay, look, we have heard all of the arguments. this is 16 days and counting. where do you get a deal? >> you don't get a deal i don't think. the closed door negotiations and let people put the cards on the table. not have a horrible, you know, poker game going on with everyone, liars poker and all that stuff. let's have a serious -- the house of representatives is going to pass legislation tuesday. that is different from speeches or closed door negotiations. >> chris: where does it get us if it won't pass the senate? >> how do we know it won't pass the senate? let's have majority bring it up. >> chris: are you suggesting it will pass the senate? >> let them offer legislation. here is the president of the united states and he has no proposal there is no proposal on floor right now by the democratic majority of the senate and the president of the united states to deal with the problem. the house rep
for the sunday group. bill kristol of "the weekly standard." john podesta head of the center for american progress. liz cheney from keep america safe. fox news political analyst, juan williams. bill, house and senate republicans separately are going to push for vote this week realityed to balanced budget amendment. i understand that it appeals to their base and jim jordan makes an impassioned argument why it's the right policy. but shouldn't they have been doing this months' ago rather than wait for the final two weeks? >> i think it would have been better if the house republicans push "cut, cap and balance" a month ago. they were hesitant. they didn't want to vote for any debt ceiling increase. i'm sympathetic to their dislike of giving the federal government yet more money and ton more money to heap on us more debt. it has to be increased no one has a proposal to cut $1.4 trillion right away, which is what you have to do. it's important on tuesday they will pass a dealt ceiling increase with spending cuts and spending caps and a balanced budget amendment added to it. it can no longer be
, bill kristol of the weekly standard. john podesta head of the center for american progress. liz cheney from keep america safe and fox news political analyst, juan williams. house and senate republicans are separately going to be pushing for votes this week related to a balanced budget amendment. i understand that it appears to their base and jim jordan certainly makes an impassioned argument as to why it is the right policy. shouldn't they have been doing this months ago rather than waiting for the final two weeks? >> i think it would have been better if house republicans pushed cut, cap and balance a month ago. i'm extremely sympathetic to the dislike of giving the federal government more money. no one has a proposal to cut $1.4 trillion right away which is what you have to do. i think it is very important on tuesday that they will now pass a debt ceiling increase with spending cuts and spending caps and a balanced budget amendment added to it. it can no longer be said that the house republicans have their heads in the sand. they have passed the debt ceiling increase and then it is in
kristol, stand stand. january williams, the hill. sindcated columnist charles krauthammer. bill, where is this headed? >> it sounds like they're heading toward a deal. not a deal i'm going to like, and think i it's bad for conservative and republican bus i think they're intimidated. the president is going around talking about the rich, the sky will fall unless republicans cave. they're ready to cave in a big way on sunday. >> bret: house minority leader nancy pelosi will meet with the president op friday there are obviously significant pushback from the left as well. today. >> huge pushback, not only from nancy pelosi and the house democrats but from every liberal organization in washington has be filling up the inbox with complaints about the idea first and foremost that the democrats are spineless and going to give up medicare as an issue that has in fact vaulted more democrats. they're all referring to new york 26. the special election that took place, where a republican district, the republicans were unable to hold the seat because of the medicare issue. >> bret: you are talking ab
. it is time for our group. brit hume, and a.b. stoddard of the hill newspaper. bill kristol of the weekly standard and political an left juan williams . juan has a book out "muzzled" and the assault of honest debate. juan congratulations. i read the first chapter and didn't mention me but it was still very interesting. [laughter] >> chris: i had a very carefully framed question, bret. you heard what geithner and boehner said. what do you make of it? >> it is striking that the house has acted and passed a plan and the senate has refused to take it up and vote it up or down. what you see here is a interesting combination of events, the president hasn't stated a position or set forth a scorable plan or any of that. and these house republicans have basically done that. and what you are seeing here, there is a peculliar double standard, because when the house acts, everybody said i pass that and that won't pass. but the senate has done nothing to have them pass. they haven't passed a budget. >> chris: 97-zer on. >> they haven't done anything . every time the house acts, you can't pass, isn't i
with william kristol, bill kristol, of the weekly standard, the idea of national greatness conservatism thatwhat conservatives need to really get people's energy up and to build a winning coalition is to indulge in big, great projects that are of national greatnesslet's build big dams, let's have big wars, let's have big kumbaya moments from a conservative point of view andi'm not a fan of that. matt welch is certainly not a fan of that. and i always bring it back to my grandparents who left europe because they didn't want to be part of somebody else's national greatness plan. >> richard nixon -- you call him the "colossus of yorba linda." >> yes, well that's a reference to the iluminados trilogy by robert anton wilson and robert shea, where throughout it, it's a great parody book of a kind of conspiracy theory that came out in the early to mid-'70s, and throughout it a character is trying to raise money to build a stature in honor of nixon, they called the "colossus of yorba linda." >> what did you think of him? >> of nixon? >> yes. >> nixon is a -- i think he is a fascinating, psychol
political am list, amy stoddard. bill kristol and analyst juan williams and want to note juan has a new book out called "muzzled" about his dismissle from national radio and assault on honest debate. i read the first chapter, didn't mention me, but it was still very interesting. [laughter] >> you know, i had a carefully framed question for you, brit. let me ask a much simpler one. you heard what geithner said and heard what boehner said. what do you make of it? >> well, it is striking that the house has acted and passed a plan and the senate has basically refused to take it up and voted it down. what you see here is an interesting combination of events because the president really hasn't stated a position or set forth a scorable plan or any of that and these, the house republicans have basically done that. and what you're seeing here is a very peculiar kind of double standard because when the house acts, as everybody says, well, that can't, i can't pass that, that won't pass, but you don't have the senate has done nothing. they haven't passed-- they haven't passed a budget. >> they've rejec
the issue. time now for the sunday group. bill kristol of "the weekly standard." nina easton of fortune magazine. chris stirewalt. and kirsten powers. welcome to all of you. >> thank you. >> shannon: look at the numbers that we have insofar from the latest quarter of g.o.p. 2012 contenders and what we are looking for fundraising for them. we find romney at the top with estimate of 15 to 20 million. and tim pawlenty is neck in neck in the $4 million range. ron paul says more than $4.5 million. herman cain at $2.5 million. no reports from bachmann, gingrich or santorum. what do you make of the numbers? who are the winners and losers so far? >> the big winner is president obama because he has tens of millions of dollars. they are projecting half a million donors total, broad-based. they'll have all the money. they are making financial argument. alum rock has enough, bringing in enough dough to make inevitability argument, he has the cash to site through and get it done. tim pawlenty raises enough to stay viable but the numbers aren't good enough. he can stay in through the ames straw poll,
john poedsta and liz cheney and juan williams and bill kristol you will say how are they ever going to solve the debt problem? >> shannon: katie, bar the door. chris, thank you. >> you bet. >> shannon: you can catch chris' exclusive interview with congressman van hollen and jordan and republican presidential candidate herman cain on the fox news channel after our show. >>> iowa governor said it's likely that texas governor rick perry will run for president. he tells the "associated press" after a friday conversation with the lonestar state counterpart he gets the "definite impression perry is likely to run." perry said he is likely to decide whether or not he's in, in two or three weeks. the hawkeye state holds the first in the nation presidential caucus february 2012. >>> lots of campaigning, plenty of polls and there isn't an overwhelming favorite in the 2012 g.o.p. primary race. according to the gallop poll, republicans said they didn't have a preference. who do candidates need to do to stand out? we are joined by the chairman of civil forum pac and cofounder of project s have fo
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